Examples of pol in a Sentence
Many of the city's residents have criticized local pols for their decision to close the public library.
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All those bands and marchers and pols waving on Day 4?
The pol was that most beloved of Massachusetts public figures, a real good fella.
One of the Democratic Party’s wiliest pols, Mr. Emanuel didn’t just nail the outcome
Late-night hosts’ lampooning of Clinton, Bush, or Trump follows Aristophanes’ lampooning of Athenian pols, and some of the best modern comedians have been the most unapologetic ones.
That’s the easy default position of most North County pols.
But Trump may not be distinguishing between young pols on the make and retiring senators who have nothing to lose.
High-profile pols cram a lot of events in each day, so their schedules don’t allow for much buffer time between appointments.
None of the other candidates could pull off bragging about their penis size on stage, insulting a rival’s wife, or appending juvenile nicknames to competing pols.
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